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Sam's Song


Published 1969


The original 1969 version of the film that was re-edited with new scenes in 1979 as "The Swap" and released again in 1989 as "Line of Fire".


Run time 88 minutes 56 seconds
Producer Jordon Leondopoulos
Audio/Visual sound, color
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Reviewer: nighthouse66 - - January 3, 2011
Subject: WHOAH!!!!!!!
Apparently no one has noticed yet that the blonde in this film is the SAME blond in the "greatest movie ever made" (according to John Waters and me) "Faster Pussycat Kill Kill!" Yup, no kidding.
Reviewer: Ann Smithy - - July 11, 2010
Subject: Quite Calm Movie
I find this movie interesting. It is slow paced with interactions of several different people in a 1970's social set of upper class people. The scenery is very colorful(or I'm just used to watching the older black and white films.) Suddenly there is a swap in the relationship that played out for most of the film, then its never going back. Its a captivating movie but rather low keyed. Try it.
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